Luxurious and spacious private hale sleeps two. Located on the dry side of Waimea close to best Kohala Coast beaches. The unit is completely furnished with everything you need for a gracious and comfortable stay.
Separate bedroom with canopied queen bed and ensuite bathroom.
Additional outdoor shower garden. Living room with queen punee (Hawaiian Lounge) and comfortable seating.
Fully equipped kitchen/dining. Outdoor lanai with gas BBQ.
Complimentary laundry room. WiFi and onsite parking.
Shambhala Hawaii is located on the dry and sunny side of Waimea (Kamuela). Our peaceful, two acre retreat is ideally situated 5 miles up from the best Kohala Beaches and 4 miles down from Waimea Town.
This is a beautiful apartment that sleeps two guests. There is a separate master bedroom that sleeps two and is appointed with luxurious linens and a private lanai.
A real queen size punee (A Hawaiian style lounge) perfect for an afternoon nap or watching television.
You can shower in the private, ensuite bathroom or experience a secluded outdoor shower under the stars.
There is a fully equipped kitchen where full meals can be prepared with organics from our farm and local Hawaiian foods from the nearby farmers markets.
The elegant dining area for indoor meals or
if you prefer, grill on the outdoor gas BBQ and enjoy Al Fresco dining on the second lanai.
The living area is a comfortable space for television viewing or relaxing with a good read.
The mountain and ocean views are enhanced by the mild temperature our 1700' elevation provides. This private apartment is a romantic honeymoon hide-a-way or comfortable home base for a family on an adventure.
You will find yourself minutes away from the best beaches on the Big Island. The largest of Hawaii Island’s white sand beaches, Hapuna Beach, has consistently been rated on numerous international Top Ten lists. Mauna Kea Beach, a perfect crescent of golden sand leading to calm water, has been voted among the Top 10 beaches in the U.S. Both offer great conditions for swimming, sunbathing, bodyboarding and snorkeling.
Beyond the beaches, Hawaii offers a host of outdoor activities and sightseeing oppportunities. Head to the Paniolo Town of Waimea and visit the many shops and galleries.
There's no better way to experience the amazing cultural diversity of Hawaii Island than to visit one of the farmers’ markets that take place all arround the island. You’ll find fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables used in Hawaii Regional Cuisine, exotic varieties that are as intriguing as they are tasty plus an eclectic collection of prepared foods.The market is also a great place to pick up handmade artwork or a unique gift and strike up a conversation with the artist who made them.
Waimea Town is the perfect starting point for a trip to the Volcano National Park. A memorable drive to Hilo along the Hamakua Coast offers breathtaking views of historic Waipio Valley. This area is also home to Akaka Falls, one of Hawaii's most famous. You'll see deep water-carved gulches and valleys, thick with tropical foliage. Stop and tour gardens full of exotic plants and orchids.
For adventure of a higher nature, the 13,700 foot summit of Mauna Kea provides dramatic scenery and an unforgettable visitor experience. The W. M. Keck Observatory provides a visitor’s gallery with exhibits describing astronomy research and star gazing.
When you're ready for some relaxation, come home to Shambhala.
Let us know if you will be celebrating a special occasion or have a certain needs. We will do all we can to accomodate your request. You will always feel welcome at Shambhala Hawaii and long to return to our unique retreat.
We have found the best guide book is “Hawaii The Big Island Revealed”
by Andrew Doughty ISBN (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN).
Nightly and Weekly Rate Includes 13.5% Hawaii Hospitality Tax
If our calendar at Shambhala Hawaii is full, please contact us as we have other beautiful homes that may be available for your desired dates.
In additional to all the apartment space and amenities, we offer free parking, free laundry room with washer and dryer, free WiFi and cable television.
We like to share our organic fruits, veggies and eggs with our guests.
We respect the privacy of our guests. We are always available to answer questions and offer suggestions when asked.
The Nightly and Weekly Rate Includes The 13.5% Hawaiian Hospitality Tax W00865062-01
RENTAL RULES EXHIBIT (A)
NO SMOKING INSIDE OR OUTSIDE OF PROPERTY
This is a non-smoking home and property. Abuse of this policy will result in the loss of your security deposit.
NO PETS ALLOWED
REFUNDABLE SECURITY DEPOSIT
Deposit is returned within 7 days of departure barring any losses, damages or abuse of this contract. Please report any damages to owner upon arrival and before departure.
Guest shall allow Homeowner access to the property for purpose of repair, cleaning and inspection. Homeowner shall exercise this right of access in a reasonable manner.
There is a designated, off street parking spot for one vehicle. Vehicle is to be parked only in this designated spot.
We experience many climates on The Big Island. Our location is on the sunny side of Waimea Town and we enjoy warm days and cool evenings. Weather can be a factor of any travel and we do not extend weather related refunds.
USE OF PROPERTY
You may use the property for vacationing only. No weddings, parties or functions. You may not use it for any illegal, improper or offensive activity. People other than those in the Guest party set forth in the short term rental agreement may not stay overnight.
Quiet time to be observed from 10:00 pm to 8:00 am.
There is a laundry room provided for our guests. Hours of operation are from 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm daily. Laundry detergent is provided. If you need different hours let us know and if we can accommodate you we will.
Bugs and pests are a normal part of our life in the topics both inside and out. You can do your part to keep them to a minimum by keeping screens and doors closed at all times. Also do not leave food sitting out or dirty dishes in the sink as these will attract ants. We do have pest control on a regular basis but our climate does promote pests. If you are having a problem please call us and we will do what we can, but as we said, pests are part of tropical life.
PHONE & INTERNET
There is no house phone but there is cell phone reception and free Wi Fi.
The home is cleaned before and after your stay but maid service is not included. If you would like maid service during your stay, we can help you arrange it at your own expense.
Linens and towels are provided. Beach towels are the only towels that may be removed from the premises.
We supply hand soap in the bathroom and kitchen, toilet tissue, laundry and dish soap to get you started but unlike a hotel we do not replenish supplies during your stay. Shampoo and body products are NOT provided. There may be foil, plastic wrap, paper towels and storage bags left behind by other guests but we do not supply these items.
RUBBISH AND RECYCLING
Please take all rubbish tightly sealed in bags to the trashcans. Please help our environment by placing garbage, glass and recycle items in the properly marked can.
CHECKOUT: PLEASE LEAVE KEY ON THE TABLE INSIDE THE UNIT AND TURN OFF ALL LIGHTS, FANS AND APPLIANCES.
This vacation rental property is privately owned. The owners are not responsible for any accidents, injuries or illnesses that occur while on the premises or its facilities. The homeowner is not responsible for the loss of personal belongings or valuables of the guest. By accepting this reservation, it is agreed that all guests are expressly assuming the risk of any harm arising from the use of the premises by themselves, their children or others whom they invite on the premises and hereby waive any claim of liability or negligence against the homeowner for any accidents, injuries or illness that may occur while on the premise or its facilities.
A SHORT TERM RENTAL AGREEMENT WILL BE SENT TO YOU FOR YOUR REVIEW AND ACCEPTANCE.
Moved to the Big Island 10 years ago from Portland, Oregon. I have lived all around the U.S. but I feel that this is my true home. Rose and I just spent an amazing month in Nepal and India, but the best part was coming back to Hawaii. In 1999, while attending an alternative building design seminar in Cottage Grove, Oregon, I was introduced to the concept of permaculture. Although the original focus of permaculture was sustainable food production, over time the philosophy of permaculture has expanded to encompass economic and social systems. Today I have my Permaculture Design Certification and also my Permaculture Teacher Training Certification. My passion now is working to make our Big Island property an example of permaculture design, and in cultivating Bodhisattva Healing Gardens to become a place where these healing ideas are shared.